Walker Creek Office Park is one of the Brooklyn Office node's premium locations. The development consists of approximately 18,000m² rentable A-Grade office space. Our current tenants include the South African Revenue Services, RW Africa Attorneys, Advanced Health South Africa, the Advanced Groenkloof Day Clinic, The Hollard Insurance Company and Tau Phalane Incorporated Attorneys.

Current vacancy ranges from 300m², all the way to nearly 5000m² in rentable areas. Please visit Our Buildings individually to see what is currently available and how it could suit your needs.


Walker Creek Office Park lies within reach of many public transport nodes, which include the Gautrain Hatfield and Pretoria Stations, as well as the Gautrain Hatfield Bus Route. On its doorstep you will also find the A Re Yeng F4/F7 Groenkloof bus route, as well as the Tshwane Bus Service Muckleneuk 7 route - connecting you to the CBD and beyond. Uber taxi services are also just a tap and a swipe away.


In December 2016 Walker Creek II and Walker Creek III were awarded a prestigious 4 Star Green Star SA - Office Design v1 rating by the Green Building Council of South Africa.

The architects and specialist engineers spent considerable time and effort to ensure that efficient, environmentally conscious buildings were designed and constructed in our attempt at achieving this target. Special focus was placed on

the use of water in the buildings, with facilities provided to capture, harvest and re-use rain water in the buildings to wholly limit the use of municipal water for irrigation, as well as provide for re-use of rainwater for flushing of toilets and urinals. Two concrete tanks of approx 150,000l capacity were built in the basement as storm water attenuation, and an additional 50,000l of irrigation capacity were installed as JoJo tanks in the basements. As a result of this, the development saves approximately 360,000l of municipal water each month on irrigation alone. Water-wise automatic taps and low-flush toilets were also installed, further reducing our demand on the local water network.

Special attention was also paid to reducing the energy consumption of the buildings including inter alia the use of energy efficient air conditioning systems, by installing heat pumps for hot water supply, motion detected and auto-dimming light fittings, and limiting western fenestration, thereby reducing the total solar heat load entering the building, and consequently reducing the total energy required to keep the building at a comfortable occupant temperature.

The buildings were also constructed in an environmentally-friendly manner, by ensuring that the bulk of the materials were locally sourced, and where applicable, from renewable sources. Toxin-free products and materials were also specified and used during construction, such as low-VOC paints and adhesives, and formaldehyde-free composite wood products.

A centralised building management system monitors operations and ensures that the building is continuously operating at peak performance.

For the GBCSA report, please click here.